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Can You Answer These 19th Amendment Questions?

The 19th Amendment is one of the most important in the U.S. Constitution! How much do you know about this vital amendment? Take our quiz to find out!

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What does the Nineteenth Amendment do?
allowed both sexes to vote
prohibited sale of alcoholic beverages
changed the length of presidential terms

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In 1797, what state temporarily allowed unwed women to vote?
New Jersey
New York
Massachusetts

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What is the term for the right to vote in public, political elections, most commonly associated with women's voting rights?
incumbence
muckraking
suffrage

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In what year was the Nineteenth Amendment first proposed?
1799
1878
1901

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Which presidential candidate incorporated suffrage into his campaign?
James Garfield
Theodore Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy

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It wasn't only men that opposed suffrage, The wife of which U.S. senator was once the president of the National Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage?
James Wolcott Wadsworth, Jr
James Calhoun
Daniel Henry Webster

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Which of the following first established women's suffrage?
California
Texas
Wyoming

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How many suffragettes died for their cause?
ten
one
five

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What is the name of the group formed by Alice Paul that staged the first protest in history to take place on the White House lawn?
Fearless Femmes
Silent Sentinels
Suffering Suffragettes

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When was the amendment approved by Congress and submitted to states for ratification?
1919
1925
1915

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When was this amendment ratified?
August 1920
January 1921
March 1922

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What case did the Nineteenth Amendment effectively overrule when it was ratified?
Roe v. Wade
Leser v. Garnett
Minor v. Happersett

C+, Suffrage Sidekick

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It's definitely time to study up on the Nineteenth Amendment and Women's Suffrage as a whole! It may have happened over a decade over, but the ratification of this amendment is one of the most important moments in U.S. history!

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Right!
While you missed some of the more difficult ones, you really proved you know your stuff when it comes to the Nineteenth Amendment and Women's Suffrage. This was an incredibly pivotal moment in United States history, so be proud of yourself!

A+, Suffrage Superstar

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Right!
You're a real superstar of the suffrage movement - even if logistically you likely weren't a part of it. These women walk an incredibly important and brave path, and the fruits of their labors are felt heavily in the modern era. You've honored them well with your score here!
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1
What does the Nineteenth Amendment do?
allowed both sexes to vote
prohibited sale of alcoholic beverages
changed the length of presidential terms
2
In 1797, what state temporarily allowed unwed women to vote?
New Jersey
New York
Massachusetts
3
What is the term for the right to vote in public, political elections, most commonly associated with women's voting rights?
incumbence
muckraking
suffrage
4
In what year was the Nineteenth Amendment first proposed?
1799
1878
1901
5
Which presidential candidate incorporated suffrage into his campaign?
James Garfield
Theodore Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
6
It wasn't only men that opposed suffrage, The wife of which U.S. senator was once the president of the National Association Opposed to Women's Suffrage?
James Wolcott Wadsworth, Jr
James Calhoun
Daniel Henry Webster
7
Which of the following first established women's suffrage?
California
Texas
Wyoming
8
How many suffragettes died for their cause?
ten
one
five
9
What is the name of the group formed by Alice Paul that staged the first protest in history to take place on the White House lawn?
Fearless Femmes
Silent Sentinels
Suffering Suffragettes
10
When was the amendment approved by Congress and submitted to states for ratification?
1919
1925
1915
11
When was this amendment ratified?
August 1920
January 1921
March 1922
12
What case did the Nineteenth Amendment effectively overrule when it was ratified?
Roe v. Wade
Leser v. Garnett
Minor v. Happersett

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